Break out the Disco Ball and the bell bottoms as we celebrate all the Pop that was formed in 1978! The Greatest Comic Book of all time was published! What was it? The X-Men went international, The Avengers Assembled against their mightiest foe! At the movies, Superman made you believe a man could fly & Grease was the word! An incredible close out to our decade series! 

About the Author
Rob Liefeld’s legendary career began at the age of 18 years old. Fresh out of high school he was hired by both Marvel and DC Comics where he began laying the foundation for a resume that would define a generation. Among the most popular of Liefeld’s creations are Deadpool, Cable, Domino, X-Force, Youngblood, Supreme, Prophet and Glory.
2 comments on “1978! Time To Boogie Down!
  1. Robert White says:

    The Facts & The Figures…

    June in 1987, school is wrapping up and I am 8 years old. My parents are not thrilled that I do not like to read novels. So my mother brings me to the corner store, takes me to the spinner rack and says pick 2 comic books.
    ASM 289 & Uncanny X-men 217.
    We arrive home, I run to my room and start to make my way though these comic books. I am instantaneous hooked, the art & the action is mind blowing, for a younger me. I visit the spinner rack and my local comic book shops on a regular basis for the following decade.

    Fast forward 3 decades & I discover Robservations… I have never listened to a podcast before.
    I start with The “L boys” …wow!!!! As I start to listen to all of Rob’s podcasts, I am sucked right in. I love to listen to the history as well as the Facts & the Figures Rob puts up. Learning about all the insider and behind the scenes information is so incredible interesting for me. Rob Liefeld has reinvigorated my desire for the nostalgic collecting and consuming of comics again. Filling in the gaps in my 80/90s collection, my wife calls me a fanatic, as I am always searching for these hidden gems that Rob mentions.

    As a huge Rob Liefeld fan, I look forward to all of your podcasts and wanted to say…
    Thank you

    The Dogfather.

  2. Brian Chew says:

    1978 was my all time fav year. I found the Avengers and the Shogun Warriors in the comic store. I was crossing the street to my comic store after school. Songs i was diggin was definitley the Beegees and the Star Wars pop version on the radio! Im 52 now but i reminisce on 1978 all the time! Watchin Happy Days, Lav and Shirley, and 3s company on Tues nites. Sunday was the Six Million Dollar Man! Sat Morning with the Superfriends! What a year! I dont wanna grow up!

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